Professional Soccer League Eyeing Birmingham

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Birmingham’s Legion Field has been nicknamed the “Football Capital of the South” thanks to the decades of Iron Bowls that have been held there. But the other football– soccer– could be making an inroad into Birmingham with the prospects of a professional team. We talk about it in this week’s Magic City Marketplace.

Andrew Yeager

Host/Reporter



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